Local Attractions

Minutes from the action

Being in mid Cornwall, we’re at the heart of everything! You’re just a short drive away from so many attractions, both hidden away and well known. We aren’t right on the coast, so you won’t be scrambling up and down steep paths but you can easily drive there in a few minutes.

Cornwall is well known for being a wonderful area in the United Kingdom, renowned for its beauty and picturesque scenes. It’s already a go-to for many holiday goers in and around the UK, so why not visit with us in mind? We are a little slice of peace and quiet, in what can be quite a busy place!

Under 20 minutes away

Step back in time at the Lost Gardens of Heligan; lose yourself in over 200 acres of romantic gardens; a world of romance, nostalgia and adventure awaits your discovery at. Open all year round, this peaceful paradise is just 12 minutes from the park and perfect for couples or families.

Just 18 minutes away is the world renowned Eden Project! This educational charity project showcases how our natural world works, giving us insight in how we can help look after our world and create a better future for all. Being only a short drive away from the Meadow Lakes resort, we recommend everyone make the journey to see just how beautiful nature is!

Newquay & beaches

Newquay on Cornwall’s Atlantic Coast was voted “one of the nation’s favourite seaside towns” in the prestigious Which Holiday Survey, “best family holiday destination” by readers of COAST magazine and has one of the UK’s top ten beaches by Trip Advisor! This lively town is just 30 mins away and home to fantastic surf, as well as so many more attractions…

Walk through the Blue Reef Aquarium’s underwater tunnel, get up close to exotic animals at Newquay Zoo, stroll along the stunning Fistral beach, or stop at any of the wonderful independent Cornish restaurants and cafes.

A piece of history

Easily one of the most famous parts of Cornwall is the southerly most point of The Lizard Peninsula – only an hour away. This geological marvel is simply stunning and is just a short drive from our park, but if you’re willing to go a tiny bit further, take a trip to Land’s End; England’s most south westerly point with beautiful views and plenty of fantastic places to eat or drink.

St Michael’s Mount is just over 2 hours from the Park, making a perfect day trip to view an ever changing coastline that spans the granite causeway, St Michaels Mount is a medieval mixture of man-made and natural wonders. Showcasing a legendary medieval church that was built in the 15th century that dominates the skyline. St Michaels Mount is home to a very small population of around 35 people (figure correct as of 2011), and is only accessible between mid and low tide.

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